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Mirando Aves en Nicaragua [English / Spanish]

Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Elisabet Jané(Author), Santiago Guallar(Author), Tony Bonney(Author)
265 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Hispamer
Mirando Aves en Nicaragua [English / Spanish]
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Language: Bilingual in English and Spanish

Nicaragua holds a large biodiversity which comprises nearly 800 bird species (resident and migratory). Mirando Aves en Nicaragua shows photographs and basic information on the most frequently seen species (as well as on some not so easily seen) which includes the scientific name, the English name, the Nicaraguan name, the bird size and its habitat. For some species, differences between sexes and ages, and the seasonal change in plumage, are also shown. Photographs have been selected to ease the identification of each species.

It includes a section with birdwatching hotspots, indicating contact information and the availabilty of bird guides.

Mirando Aves en Nicaragua has being designed to help both Nicaraguans and visitors who want to start birdwatching. It is also aimed at increasing the knowledge on the birds of Nicaragua, and especially so that young Nicaraguans become aware of the extraordinary biological richness of their country, and learn to love it and preserve it.

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Field / Identification Guide Wildlife Guide
By: Elisabet Jané(Author), Santiago Guallar(Author), Tony Bonney(Author)
265 pages, colour photos
Publisher: Hispamer
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